Medienpartner 2014 BroadbandTVNews
Medienpartner 2014



Gareth BarrGareth Barr is Head of Public Service Policy at Ofcom in the UK. He is responsible for developing Ofcom’s policies in relation to public service broadcasting, and is involved in Ofcom’s work on a range of issues including considering the implications of convergence for broadcast policy and ensuring that a wide range of high quality content is available and easily discoverable for viewers. Before joining Ofcom in 2012, he spent over five years at the BBC.
Ross BiggamRoss Biggam, as Head of the Society of Commercial TV Broadcasters, ACT, represents the interests of 37 TV operators and providers from all over Europe before the European Commission in Brussels. Attorney-at-law, his many clients have also included the English House of Lords.
Lluis BorellLluís Borrell is Partner and Media Practice Leader at Analysis Mason, media and telecommunications consulting firm, with offices throughout Europe and the US. Head of the Spanish office, he also acts as an advisor to media and telecommunications companies, as well as to national and pan-European media authorities.
Nick BrambringNick Brambring is CEO of Zattoo. Before he joined the company, he worked for a strategy consulting firm, where he did strategic consulting for companies in the consumer goods industry. His industry expertise includes the TV and music businesses. He is a qualified lawyer and holds a PHD in law from the University of Cologne and an MBA from Insead in France and Singapore.
Dieter BrockmeyerDieter Brockmeyer, senior international media journalist and corporate consultant, specialising in the TV industry, is Chairman of the Global Media Group of the Diplomatic Council. Co-initiator and co-developer of the EuroReg concept, he organises the conferences and hosts the events.
Ingrid DeltenreIngrid Deltenre, is Director-General of the European Broadcasting Union, EBU, in Geneva. Formerly she was CEO of the Swiss network, SF, the public TV network serving Switzerland’s German-speaking territory. From 1999 to 2004, she was CEO of Publisuisse, the marketing subsidiary of the Swiss Radio and TV Corporation, SRG SSR.
Roger de WeckRoger de Weck, is Director-General of SRG SSR, of the Swiss Public Radio and TV Corporation. The celebrated journalist is also well-known beyond Switzerland’s borders, having served as editor-in-chief of the German weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT from 1997 to 2001. He has been awarded honorary doctorates by the Universities of Lucerne and Freiburg and, among other activities, is trusty of the International Charlemagne Prize of the City of Aachen.
Markus FrerkerMarkus Frerker is Chief Officer Group Content of ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG and one of the managing directors of the group’s German TV channel holding. Till 2013 he was partner at McKinsey where TMT was his focus. In his first career he is a medical doctor and he worked in hospitals before becoming a business consultant.
Jean Francois FurnémontJean Francois Furnémont, Director-General of the CSA, the Broadcasting Regulating Authority of the French-speaking part of Belgium since 2003, where he has also been serving as Chairman of European Platform of Regulatory Authorities, (EPRA) since 2011. He began his career as a journalist, before moving into consulting and, for three years, was political party spokesman. In 2000, he moved to CAS as Deputy Director.
Alfred Grinschgl Alfred Grinschgl has, since 2001, been Managing Director of RTR GmbH, service provider to Austria’s media and telecommunications authority KommAustria, which is in charge of all matters pertaining to the media industry. Prior to this appointment, the Doctor-of-Law served in various management capacities for the Druck-Verlagshaus Styria in Graz (today the Styria Media Group AG), and was Founding Director of Austria’s first authorised private radio station “Antenne Steiermark“, as well as Managing Director of “Antenne Wien“.
Jo GroebelJo Groebel is Director of the German Digital Institute in Berlin. The internationally-renowned media psychologist is also a regular guest on German TV networks, commenting on current media and social events, and has authored countless articles and books on the future of digital media.
Richard KasteleinRichard Kastelein, Partner of Agora Innovative Media, publisher of the Appmarket.TV service and founder of TV.Hackfests in London. He is regarded as one of the greatest visionaries of New Television, which has brought him countless international awards, such as the 2011 Computerworld Honours Laureate.
Thomas LangheinrichThomas Langheinrich is President of the State Media Board of Baden-Württemberg, LFK, and serves as the European Commissioner for the German state media authorities. Until 2005, he was departmental head of Infrastructure in the state Ministry of Economics.
Michael LatzerMichael Latzer is Professor of Communications at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research (IPMZ), University of Zurich, Switzerland, where he chairs the Division on Media Change & Innovation. Prior to joining IPMZ he held various positions at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (AAS) and other research institutions worldwide.
Matteo MaggioreMatteo Maggiore is Deputy Director of Public Affairs and Communications of OECD, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, in Paris. Prior to this, he worked for the BBC, in charge of international and European contacts. Former appointments include positions at the EBU, as well as the European Parliament and Commission.
Winston MaxwellWinston Maxwell is Partner of the international law firm Hogan Lovells in Paris, specialising in international media, Internet and telecommunications. Among other activities, he is an advisor to the European Commission, the French Government, and the French regulatory authority CSA.
Phillip MetzgerPhillip Metzger is Director of OFCOM, the Federal Office for Communications in Biel/Bienne, where he had already served as Head of the telecom services department since 2007, and Deputy Director since 2012. Leaving OFCOM for Geneva to join the ITU as Deputy Director in April, 2013, he returned to OFCOM early this year.
Deborah MurithDeborah Murith is Press Officer and deputy head of Communications of the Swiss Federal Office of Communications, OFCOM, in Biel/Bienne. The communications expert is also an active chief editor and moderator.
Robert NiemannRobert Niemann is professor for sports management and media expert at the Munich Institute for Football Management, is also CEO of Niemann International. His soccer experience was gained as CEO of DFL Sports Enterprises, foreign marketer of the German Football League and as managing director of the Heritage Association 1860 Munich. In the media field, he worked for many years in the international sales division of Fremantle Media, and also established Sony’s Pay-TV channels in Germany.
Mag. Michael Ogirs Michael Ogris is Chairman of the independent and autonomous media authority KommAustria. The Austrian regulatory board for electronic audio and audiovisual media has been headed by Mr. Ogris since 2004. Since its reorganisation into an independent panel authority in October 2010, he is also its Chairman. Ever since KommAustria has been entrusted with the comprehensive legal supervision of the ORB (Austrian public network) and its subsidiaries.
John RanelaghJohn Ranelagh is Chief Program Buyer for TV Norway and Board Director of NordicWorld. He began his career with the BBC and is co-founder of Channel 4. He was one of the first industry representatives to be appointed to the ITC, Independent Television Commission which, from 1993 to 2003, was responsible for allocating broadcasting licences in Great Britain. After moving to Scandinavia, he held such offices as Executive Chairman of Nordic World, as well as Deputy-CEO and Program Director for TV2 Denmark. Irish-born, he is the author of numerous books on Irish history and on the CIA.
Eva-Maria SommerEva-Maria Sommer is adviser for media politics at Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland. Before joining the group in July 2011 she worked for some years in the legal department of the German regional regulator LfK in Baden Wurttemberg.
Krisztina StumpKrisztina Stump is Policy Officer at the European Commission, in Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology. Among others she is in charge of audiovisual media policy related files in the area of Converging Media & Content, media policy and regulation, media freedom and media pluralism, including existing EU policies and legislation.
Mark WalderMarc Walder is CEO of the Ringier AG in Zurich, having taken over as Chairman of the Group’s Executive Board in April 2012. He was also personally responsible for the corporate divisions: Ringier Asia/Pacific and Ringier Africa. He joined Ringier in 1991 after eight years of professional tennis on the ATP-Tour.
Nancy Wayland-BiglerNancy Wayland-Bigler is Deputy Director of the Swiss Federal Office for Communications (OFCOM) and heads the Media and Post department. She previously worked for the Swiss Federal Office for Social Security.
Stefan-Eric WildemannStefan-Eric Wildemann is Sales & Distribution Manager of FIFA TV where among others he is responsible for all broadband and mobile rights sales for the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ on a global basis. He also oversees the Multimedia Service Project in coordination with the host broadcaster and is responsible for strategic and commercial relationships with social media platforms (i.e. YouTube, Facebook, Twitter).
Kimon ZorbasKimon Zorbas is Vice President of the Internet Advertising Office Europe, IAB Europe. The Attorney-at-Law works in Brussels as policy advisor, where he acts as a consultant to Internet technology companies. During his career, he also held positions with such companies as the Business Software Alliance, BSA, and Infineon.


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